|Departmental descriptions, city of Boston - Boston Mayor's Office of Public Service|
...describes the organization, functions, duties, etc. of fifty of Boston's statutory departments, commissions, offices, etc. as well as those created by executive order (as of 1976); in some cases cites the year the department or agency was established; includes the following (from which the Boston Public Library - Library Dept. - is missing): Housing Court, Housing Inspection Dept., Labor Relations, Law Dept., Licensing Board, Mayor's Office, Mayor's Office of Community Development, Mayor's Of...
Keywords: Government Organization; Municipal government; Municipal government
|Reports on Passive Smoking" 3. Nation's Business Today, ESPN TV, May 11, 1990: 4. The World Today, CNN TV, May 10, 1990, 6:00 PM|
Report regarding the EPA's draft risk assessment on secondhand smoke. Named Organizations: National Cancer Institute; U. S. Public Health Service; Flat Earth Society;World Health Organization ; American Medical Association
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; workplace; government organization; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
|1972 report on community and environmental development - Massachusetts. Dept. of Community Affairs|
...the second annual Community and Environmental Development Report; contains the following chapters: 1) Regional Government for Massachusetts, 2) Neighborhood Government, and 3) Land Use Policy; includes the following recommended legislation: An Act to Initiate Organization of Regional Government in Massachusetts, and An Act to Authorize Certain Cities and Towns to Establish Neighborhood Service Areas to Undertake Certain Government Services; this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Cities and Towns; Community Development; Government Administration; Government Organization; Municipal Government; Regional Government; State governments
|OSHA Press Club, Tape 2|
Two Philip Morris executives answer questions about environmental tobacco smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; lung cancer; workplace; carcinogen; government organization; indoor air quality; industry strategy
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|The Tobacco Institute Today Show, WRC TV/NBC Washington DC, 7:00 AM Betty Furness/Philip Morris Ad NBC-TV Today Show PM Bill of Rights Campaign|
Controversy over Philip Morris Bill of Rights ad.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; advertising; government organization; industry response; mass media; regulation; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
|Government Regulation of Smoking|
John Banzhaf (ASH) and Anne Browder (Tobacco Institute) debate the issue of smoking on short plane flights (Roosevelt Center, American Debate #145).
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; government; public place; airplane; smoking restriction; addiction; non-smoker; smoker; secondhand smoke; government organization; regulation; indoor air quality; tobacco related health concerns
|EPA Hearings/Secondhand Smoke: 1) CBS Evening News 7 pm WUSA-TV Washington DC, 2) NBC Nightly News 7 pm WRC-TV Washington DC, 3) Money Wheel 3 pm CNBC-TV Washington DC, 4) Prime News 8 pm, 5) Ten O'Clock News 10 pm WTTG-TV Washington DC, 6) Good Morning America 7 am WJLA-TV Washington DC|
Compilation of TV news reports about the congressional hearings on a law proposed by Rep. Henry Waxman restricting smoking in public places, also includes discussion about EPA report on environmental tobacco smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; government; regulation; restriction; hearing; Congress; government organization; public health; public health policy; public smoking law; children; youth; public place; workplace; restaurant; elementary school; tobacco industry; industry response; tobacco farming; tobacco farmer; excise tax; business activity; secondhand smoke; tobacco related health concerns; respiratory disease; indoor air quality; anti-smoking advocacy; Browse by keywords in UCSF tobacco industry videos
|R.J. Reynolds Tobacco International - Line Managers' Meeting [Parts 1-2]|
Presentations by Tom Griscom and Peter Van Every to R.J.Reynolds International line managers. Griscom emphasizes the importance of external affairs particularly on the issues of youth smoking, environmental tobacco smoke, and an increase in the Federal excise tax. He notes two RJR programs, Right Decisions, Right Now and Support the Law, as being effective in reducing youth smoking. He discusses the Federal excise tax in the context of Bill Clinton's healthcare reform legislation...
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; excise tax; secondhand smoke; marketing; advertising; sales; peer influence; middle school; health education program; public service announcement; anti-smoking advocacy; retail outlet; industry sponsored research; familial relation; lung cancer; industry strategy; political activity; profit; advertising restriction; international trade; public relations; grass roots lobbying; media advocacy; government organization; Surgeon General
|Title 5 - United States Code - 2011 - Title 5 - APA - ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES - Congress; Carnegie Foundation; RIIA; Round Table Groups; War and Peace Studies; Princeton Group; Unesco; Lawyers|
Title 5 - United States Code - 2011 - Title 5 - APA - ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT - APA Sections 101 - 10210. PART I - THE AGENCIES GENERALLY (sections 101 - 913) CHAPTER 1 - ORGANIZATION (sections 101 - 105) CHAPTER 3 - POWERS (sections 301 - 306) CHAPTER 5 - ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE (sections 500 - 596) CHAPTER 6 - THE ANALYSIS OF REGULATORY FUNCTIONS (sections 601 - 612) CHAP...
Keywords: H.G. Wells; Administrative State; Global State; Global Administrative State; Title 5 - GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES; Sections 101; 10210; AGENCIES GENERALLY; Administrative law, Administrative Procedures Act; ORGANIZATION; ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; ANALYSIS OF REGULATORY FUNCTIONS; JUDICIAL REVIEW; CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW OF AGENCY RULEMAKING; Verkeuil; JOHN LANDIS; WILLIAM O DOUGLAS; de SALLA; NEW DEAL LAW; 1911; 1938; FRCP; F.R.C.P; FEDERAL RULES CIVIL PROCEDURES; NO TAX on OBLIGATIONS of UNITED STATES; ADMINISTRATIVE LAW; UNAMERICAN ACTIVITIES; COMMUNIST; ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES; COMMUNISM; ADMINISTRATIVE STATE; JUDICIAL REVIEW; JOHN MCCAIN; LIEBERMAN; FULLBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP; RHODES SCHOLARSHIP; INTERNATIONAL OPRESSION; NAACP; 1313; MUNICIPAL LEAGUE; REDRESS of GRIEVANCES; BAAD FAITH; CLUB of ROME; MAGISTRATE; PETTY; BAD FAITH; OBJECTION; REMEDIES; WRIT of ERROR; not COMMON LAW; WAR and PEACE STUDIES; PRINCETON STUDIES GROUP; WORLD CITIZEN; MARK BEAST; GLOBALISM; FALSE FLAG; ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING; ADMINISTRATIVE RIGHTS; ORWELL; 1984; GATTICA; HUXLEY; BIRTH CONTROL ENFORCEMENT; POPULATION CONTROL; WOODROW WILSON; DICTATORSHIP; EDWARD MANDELL HOUSE; HUIS; EXECUTIVE REORGANIZATION; CIVIL SERVICE FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES; MARTIAL LAW; MILITARY GOVERNMENT; FOGGY BOTTOM; RICHARD FALK; PRINCETON ABUSE; TITLE 5; UNITED NATIONS; INTERNATIONAL LAW; WHISTLEBLOWER; REPORTER; FALSE IMMUNITY CLAIM; TITLE 22; INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS; FALSE COURTS; PRIVATE COURTS; INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION; JOINT CHIEFS STAFF; TRIED UNDER LAWS OF WAR; LAW of NATIONS; KISSINGER AND ASSOCIATES; FEDERAL COMMON LAW is ADMIRALTY; MARITIME; ADMIRALTY; VICE- ADMIRALTY; UK BRITISH; BOARD of TRADE; PUBLIC DEBT; UNCONSTITUTIONAL TREATIES; RELINQUISH CITIZENSHIP; ALIMENTARIUS; FOOD CONTROL; FAMINE; UNITED NATIONS JURISDICTION